Python: Learn iPython – the Full Python IDE

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With this Learn iPython: The Full Python IDE course, you'll begin with an introduction to iPython and cover iPython basic concepts. Then you'll move on to creating real-world projects utilizing the included resource files. Get ready to learn this powerful engine for Jupyter IDE!

Length: 1 hr

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Description

Coding Python from the command line isn’t a fun experience when you begin getting into longer form code. The command line simply isn’t designed for that. That’s where iPython comes in. At the end of this Learn iPython – the Full Python IDE course, you’ll have a thorough understanding of iPython. It may even become your go-to Python editor. You’ll also know the differences between iPython and Jupyter.

Through a number of examples with various scenarios, you’ll develop an understanding of how iPython is an extremely efficient Python editor for long form code compared to the command line. You’ll know how to enter in code, markdown for comments, and rearrange/edit code as needed.

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What is Jupyter?
Jupyter is an open-source web application Notebook that allows you to create and share documents. These documents can contain live code, equations, visualizations, and even narrative text. Jupyter Notebook is commonly used for data cleaning and transformation, numerical simulation, statistical modeling, data visualization, machine learning, and much more. Jupyter Notebooks are revolutionizing the way data scientists and engineers work together!

CHAPTER 1: IPYTHON
Introduction
iPython Basics I
iPython Basics II
iPython Basics III
Airplane Factory I
Airplane Factory II
Graphics I
Graphics II
Project I
Project II
Summary

Brett Romero is a software engineer and entrepreneur. He has started several businesses, including Bitesize Business School, where he writes about applying business principles to the real world and solving technology issues that every online business faces. His first business, Cygen, was a web design consulting business, from which he also created his first product – a JavaScript-based chatroom web application.

Brett has written desktop applications in languages running from Delphi to C# winforms/WPF, as well as built ASP.NET webforms and MVC based applications. When the iOS SDK was first introduced, he bought a Macbook and began building apps for the iPhone. He currently has seven apps in the iTunes App Store.

Brett holds an MBA from ASU (’14). His undergraduate major was in mathematics. Before graduating, he decided to get a business degree. He continued taking mathematics courses at the University of Washington after completing his undergraduate degree.

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